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Flexible Flight Dates: Airfares for Japan tend to be more expensive during the holidays and weekends. To ensure you get cheap flights to Japan, be flexible with your flight dates.

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What to Explore in Japan?

Renowned for its vibrant culture, cuisine, and technological advancement, Japan is an archipelago (comprising 6,852 islands) located in East Asia. A heady cocktail of tradition and modernity, Japan is the perfect tourist destination. Visitors get an opportunity to appreciate traditional Japanese art and architecture. Japan is home to 21 UNESCO World Heritage Sites and many famed sites such as Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and Mount Fiji. Visitors must not miss out on Japan’s many cultural institutions, historical buildings, parks and attractions, namely, Peace Memorial Museum, East Higashi-Gyoen Garden, Kyoto Imperial Palace, Island Shrine of Itsukushima, and many more. The country’s globally renowned cuisine is a hit with all food lovers.

Top destinations in Japan

  • Tokyo
  • Kyoto
  • Osaka
  • Hiroshima
  • Nara

What are the popular festivals of Japan?

Japan’s most famous festival is the Cherry Blossom Festival. Tourists from around the world wish to visit Japan to experience this annual phenomenon. Unlike the blooming of tulips in Keukenhof (Netherlands), cherry blossoms bloom across the country and can be viewed during different times at different cities. Beyond the flowers, visitors can enjoy traditional Japanese performances and opt to join a tea ceremony while reveling in the merrymaking.

Other significant festivals celebrated in Japan are Setsubun-The Bean Throwing Festival (February), Yuki Matsuri- Snow Festival (February), Kanda Matsuri (May), Gion Matsuri (July), Obon (August), Kishiwada Danjiri Matsuri (September), Karatsu Kunchi (November), Chichibu Night Festival (December), The Emperor’s Birthday (December), and Shogatsu- New Year (December).

Which is the best time to visit Japan?
Japan experiences heavy rainfall and is prone to flooding during June and July. Hence, the best time to take a flight for Japan is between March and May and between September and November as the weather is pleasant and there is little rainfall. Flights to Japan tend to be expensive during the spring season due to the popular Cherry Blossom Festival; so, it is advisable to book tickets in advance.

Why you can’t resist visiting Japan?
Japan has always inspired us for its ability to cope with setbacks and calamities. Be it the Hiroshima bomb or the devastating earthquake of 2011, people of this country have proved time and again that, even if the going gets tough, they can always rebuild their lives from scratch. Its people are hardworking, enterprising and peace loving.

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